This command set limits the number of memos from a single source and folders that can be created inside the memo system.
/as help services set folder capacity <topic>
Larger memo capacities are easier on the user, while smaller values conserve space and encourage people to clean out their memo boxes. Large source values are convenient, but make it easier for users to flood each other with memos. Memo flooding is not common, since it is easy to trace and deal with users who do so, but it does happen on occasion. If users are allowed to create their own memo folders, then you can have a smaller source capacity, since they can move memos from users who frequently memo out of their inbox. If they cannot create new folders, you might want to allow a larger source capacity. In general a source capacity between 5 to 10 is good.
This command sets how many folders each user may have. The value must be at least three, to accommodate the three default folders. If it is three, then users cannot make their own folders.
/as services set folder limit 5
How many folders users should be allowed would depend on how you want your users to use MemoServ. If you intend them to just use memos for temporary communications, you probably want a low memo folder limit. If you want users to use memos for communications they will store and reference later, then you probably want a larger memo folder limit.